Best Android medical apps for physicians
Dental apps AcciDent and Dental Trauma were identified by researchers as the best dental apps for trauma.
BrowZine is an app that allows you to browse your library’s journals on your mobile device.
The Papers3 app builds on the Papers mobile app with additional features and a redesigned user interface
For many women and their partners, having a baby at a roughly planned time is critical. While most (85%) of couples will succeed in getting pregnant over a year of unprotected intercourse, sometimes it is helpful to plan or predict how and when to get pregnant. Much of this planning has to do with knowing […]
The SpotCheck 2 app was developed to allow users to send their “spots” to dermatologists for their review and advice
The UCSF NeuroExam Tutor medical apps seeks to help providers master screening and comprehensive neurologic exams
Unbound Medicine’s Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests medical app seeks to provide health care providers who order tests a robust guide to medical tests and studies.
Med Mnemonics Flashcards medical app seeks to provide a one-stop resource for medical mnemonics of all sorts to help learners remember.
The Evidence Based Primary Care (EBPC) app aims to provide metrics and probability calculations for a large number of laboratory, imaging, symptoms, and physical findings.
You can now access key ACOG resources through the ACOG app.
Ringadoc is an affordable answering service geared towards healthcare providers.
We take a close look at award-winning iBlueButton app and discuss it with Dr. Bettina Experton, founder and CEO of the company that developed the app. A #TEDMED 2013 find.
The PubChase medical literature app aims to provide a “smarter way” to search biomedical literature, with cloud storage and organization capabilities.
The Kids Wellness Tracker app provides a means to document and monitor your child’s health and their illnesses.
The Cochrane Collaboration is a non-profit organization dedicated to organizing medical research in a systematic way in order to improve evidence-based medicine.
The ICD Sherpa app seeks to provide a quick-and-easy database of ICD-10 codes.
The Local Anesthesia app seeks to guide providers with patient-specific guidelines for dosing one or multiple local anesthetics.
QuitSmoking is a step-by-step program based on research in the study of smoking cessation to assist smokers using evidence-based material to stop.
A spreadsheet containing a complete list of all academic medical journals currently available on the iPad
We have considered a range of note-taking apps-it is now to time to recommend the best note-taking app for healthcare professionals. Overall many of these apps offer similar levels of functionality although there are two clear market leaders- Note Taker HD and Notes Plus. Although the learning curve associated with Note Taker HD can be steep, it has become the leading note-taking app which can use a stylus. It is highly recommended to all healthcare professionals who want to take notes on their iPad in a variety of situations